Auburn visited Egleston Children's Hospital and Clemson visited Scottish Rite Children's Hospital. The teams handed out gifts, posed for photos and even brought a Chick-fil-A cow with them.
This year the Chick-Fil-A Bowl is expected to payout more than $1 million to various charities.
Thomas Austin, Willy Korn, La'Donte Harris, Ray Ray McElrathbey, Tyler Grisham, Cortney Vincent
Mark Buchholz, Tribble Reese
Rendrick Taylor, Bobby Hutchinson, Cullen Harper, Reese, Buchholz and Colin Leonard
Tigers Visit Scottish Rite Children's Hosp.
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